FRIULPRINT is the story of a man, Enzo Pertoldi, who rose to a challenge full of opportunity: transforming a craft firm into an industrial organisation.
After its beginnings in 1968 as a craft workshop in the former silk-cocoon drying shed in Pavia di Udine, Friulprint opened on 25 May 1973 on the site of the old Pividori di Collalto spinning mill and within the very same year developed into an industrial firm at its present headquarters in Tarcento (near Udine). Early production was carried out on a 40-m screen printer, which even then ensured a production capacity of 300 m per hour, against the 30 m/hour of manual printing. Enormous progress has since been made in terms of economic growth, production capacity and flexibility, thus enabling short lead times and unparalleled quality control. Luca Pertoldi, Enzo’s son, has accompanied the firm in its drive for growth.